HOWICK STREET DEMOLITION

33-39 Howick St (Lot 1 LO147820), SOUTH LAUNCESTON, Tasmania, Australia. 7249

Estimated Value $100,000

Development Demolition

Main Category Civil engineering

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About This Project


Demolition to the building known as former nurse's accommodation located at the rear of the existing buildings Allambi (Infectious Diseases Hospital) & Lindsey Miller Clinics. Demolition of brickwork, concrete beams, timber frame, footings, roof sheet, windows & all associated components. Asbestos to be removed prior to demolition works. Demolition of existing link to Lindsay Miller Building to provide new glazed door & concrete stair to create exit. New concrete path from new exit door to the edge of the building. Existing fence removed or modified during works & on completion to provide 1200mm high powdercoated steel arc fence & lockable gates to wide future maintenance access. Demolition & removal of existing carport structure. Associated civil works.

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Type DEMOLITION
Dev Type New
Status Commenced
Stage COMPLETED
Ownership 1
No. Units 0.000
No. Floors 0.000
Commencement Date 14/08/18
Completion Date 18/10/18
First Reported Date 05/09/18

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Heath Clayton

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